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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Till1; il1; DAILY'. IIKKALW Monday, May Regular Auction Sale At J. A. Smith's RepoiHory, 3rd St., Uelhiirldae on TO-MORIIQW AT 12 O'CLOCK Horses and Mules 4 Simn mules, liroken, G lo S years old. 2-1 head maves and.gcldinss. all broken; ages from -1 to S years; weights lo 1300 Six saddle horses. Grade Slalllous, uses -I and C years; 1 Clydesdale slallion, broken 1o harness, registered, ase years. 2 youuy jiolo horses, -I aud 5 years, and well.broken. 20 brood sows; 20 store hogs. Waggons, buggies and harness. Slnst sell everylhiug J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER Auction Sale AT THE R, N. W. M. P. Barracks ox. Wednesday, May 15, 1912 At 2.30 O'clock FKAJVK WADPINGTON Acting under Instructions from "the Colleclor'of Ciisloi Lethbridge, will sell by public Four Head of Horses Seized for Duty .1 Sorrel-Clelding 2 Work '.Horses. 1 Eutire Horse' -Terms: ouice The Inner Meaning of rContlhuod from front clety liiay broak down under the I creasing stValn of tho wage mov nicnt, nud tbe nnxlely IB real. Hut I'Riiuot be removed merely by (lie ai dtllon of a minimum act, I nnibl be roniumbci'cd that Uui Hritlsl ers aro not only an Industrial people but they are bankers. "The workers now want a place I the situation. They lire now not oul reading newspapers, but even booli on economics. It Js the new knov ledfu; (hill makes the -Mr. George goes on to Irnco the oi Igin of the labor trouble to the unsal Isfnetcry condition of the ngrleultunt laborer. receives the lowest was ca 01 and the wnBcy of olhe people are dPoreBscd" in conBoqiio Tbc chain influence extends inllely. "How, for asks George, "can a swilclunan or u dock laborer make an effective light. fifty vlllase lads arc willing to lake Ufa Pointing out tho fact tlml .main farm laborers do not set more tmui three dollars weekly, Lo snys, ngricu! tnre would not suffer the hnrni If the wages of a laborer wore five dollars a week throughout the coun- try. "That wonkl be a much more effect- ive way of Impressing (he minimum wage.proposition in their districts of the country." Germany Anxious for Entente With Britain (Continued from front, pagu) AUCTIONSALE Thursday Next, May 16 At 2.30 o'clock, af82l-6th Street South (Crabb Street) FRANK WADDINQTON liy tile owner .to'sell by public auction and without.reserve, a .quantity.of usernl 'Household Furniture Includins dressers and liiblc, beds, spriiigs anil nial- .tresses, jjood cook stove In new linen, cts, a large quantity o[ kitcbeu. utenslla, etc. Phones Auctioneer's Office, 410-5th St. South. "Once more the reasons of Hie Ger- policy were obvious. Both Rus- sia and France appeared to in an aggressive mood and Bismarck de- .ired to coiiCrpnt his neighbors nliho n the oast and the west, with an al- iauce of Germany, Au-jtria and Italy, which Greni Britain rilso should be nvited to lw a member. ihc initiative caiiu1 -rr himself, who, yerhans be first time- in his life, wrote a yer- son ill letter' 10 it foreign premier, but lli'e rosnK was JIUL as saiisfactm-y us he desired. becaiKe Lord Salisbury was not anxious lo involve his conn- j try 1u any foreign bnta'ngiements, and in-flfe.rrpcl Ihe policy which'lias beeu so often as that, of splendid isolation. ''Nevertheless, the .sentences whicli our corresiiondeut. (luoteg from .Baron illum- SO NERVOUS, HE COfliyOT SLEEP Thru TrealMtBt Of Cured Bin KINCARDINE, OKT., PHPT. isiii i "The effects of "Kruit-a-UVw" Sleeplessness, Nervousness and iJisorderrd condllioii of the Hotly, is .simply niarvrlloiis, 1 have taken "I'rnit-a-tivcs" for three anv now pL-rfectlv well and liavc gained ten in weight. 1 have found "l-'riiil-a-lives11 IF the one medicine lhal will purify Hie blood, quiet the nerves nnd restore the whole system to i'.s natural coudilion" S. G. SMITH. "J'Viut-n.lives" mnc.s nervousness and Sleeplessness bccnuse this I'ni'l medicine kcqu the blood the stomach sweet, the bowels regular and the skin active. joe a box, 6 for size, 250. At dealers "or write to I'ruit-a-tivcs Liiuilcd, Ottawa. himself ot every possible mctvns lo realise (he German grand drama of imperialism. French statesmen ran scarcely be- Icvc Mint Von Hiobersteln, whom they consklcr as by nil odds the strong- cai, ;iblesL and most resourceful dip- oiuaiist that Gcrmnny Jms produced ince Bismarck, will modify or uioiler- it-e Ills intensely ambitious creed imply because the sceiiu ovr his action transferred from Constantinople to London. MANY PHONES AT CARDSTON 'Cardslon, iray J-3. One hundred aud forty-six: Lelepliones are now in- stalled in the town. The latest U> ReL phones arc, 0. E. Hates anil J. P. iilso Robert Ibcy. The his [amily, has moved Jicrc'Iroin'Taucr.and'will reside in Ihc house owned by Dr. 0. IVpaks. AVc arc glad to have RohcrL hack, BH he used to be a prominent )iusi- ncss man-IicEC, and is an expert cliecse'makcr. Tills, we liopc, will be Jiis Tulurc occupation, though he lias .iliG ia almost any. line that he .desires. Hciurnin' Officer Barker and Klcc- lion Clerk E. jr., ,nrc as busy as .bets-with the .work' oi the coming election, the one in Curds ton Jind tlie other nt Stirling, for the tiiiM bciag. SicwarL anil .John K. PaiTisli, Ihc principal Conservative speakers iii this ..district for the time being, made a business trip in connection with ihc Mountain View last nv-'i whcve they; held what they lonneil a'vcry.gooil meeting, parrish maintaius that he will pile ujj a grcal also at, .Sprinir, .where he has been lately -holding a meeting: i The town is placing a new iron fence along' the edge of the sidzwalLs .Uial are nlevatcil, and are thus avoid- iug what.niighfc. hc'iu the luturc soine damage suits from ucrsons may fallen over the iin'pro- (.ected sides of tlie walks: They are also doing work, in the town and are to he congratulated fnr their L-uergy fn this respect. In Woolford and Glcnwoud districts the threshers 'are winding, up Uie sccno oi what usually is "Tall work." j The'quality oT tlie grain is very g'cod 1 cousidcring that.spnrc or it hccji out in the. weather: all win- ter. Elder-' Eslic 'Bowdle rcUnncil. last cycning from his missionary lab'ors in tile wcaieni, states, having been taknn very, ill .with ulcers of'llic stomach. Though1 He is >yealc lie has been uhal- VHS' wltli- his; nmuy friends OB the streets, but expects (o go "as soon as; thc.iiospiUl at Salt Lake: City, whcifc'Ua will he opevnlcd on. j are glad lo SLT.him with us, butsbc-l be'1'could not stay his full! two years as'1 he dcsirert, he having Ijcdn gone only thirteen inontns. Von llolslehrs letters arc very inatmg in refei-encc to boih the spirit and objeci with which the German Chancellor eiitererl into; the ueirotia'- tloiis. The Third Attempt' '.'Although the project itsel.J! came j lo the waj for a third, which was made by Prince Von in tlie earlier months ,of .3901. Hero, we touch the confidences of almost cbntem- I Horary lilstory, uud.lifetime of poliii- i ciuus wbp were concerned in. those j events, ii'is imwise to say very -much. "The correspondent, however, point B out that the suggestion cam-e through the Foreign Office in Vienna, England sJiouId' be approached with a.view to attaching not only herseh' .but also Japan lo the Triple Alliance. i Germany, Austria and -Italy should then keep peace 4 on the Great _JJritain should -.command the seas, and .Tajiaii, wQUiil Q valu- able ally. I n-the Far East, and cspec tally in checking The correspondent, adds: "If we wish to know, however, the reul cause rendered these promising ue- COliaiions between Germany and Great Britain abortive, the answer is ckav- The-whole scUeuve Cell to tUc ground, although the .-details were bought out, and the. matter was jrrac- UcaUy settled, because, for reaficivs best known ,lb Von Buclow changed his mind." France Watches .Paris, May impending ap- p'Lintment of Baron IMarschal Von bid are of the effects of coo- The mild, reilBbh ramndy U dbomwd to4 bw he moth-er iu the world's history. Al own through the ages the God-fear ng mother has been the heacoii whicl ighted the imths of great men nation. N'o '-better example ha influence oi a motaer's love cai ic. found than the.utterance of Abra ,am 'Lincoln, a. sayliig. which dcscrv U-IL Tiiace auions the oliisslcs: "Al Ibiit 1 am, ami all -tluit 1 hope owe-in my angel mother." .Ile'v. Ifr, Cameron yiioted man} other ioiiuhhif the history, of the world's great staies men. all paying tribute to.the all-sac riiicIiiK whose knees thc% learned their early lessons, and form ad the Ideals which influenced thcii lives" when .ihc destinies of nations hands. The rcv.erend gentleiiAin InMnakim: .a touching, appeal 'lo the younger eremeiit- of to-so live as lo I'nlfil the injunction of his tr-xi: "To forsake not the laws of thy x Wostmlnster School In Sunday School, Miss SUilmnn delivered a brief pleasing address in tribute to uiota-er In Wesleyjciiurch Mo triers' Day was oh-jervetl. ,uy 11} e :ChurcIi Sunday Ferule, B. C., May 11. 'Mr. John one of .-Fernie's -m'oneera, and one who was highly respected by all who-knew him, dropped of .heart failure this morning C. P. n. station. 'Macdonald came to Fernlc when the Crow's Nest line was' un-der constnicllon, has lived in or .near Fcriiic since. lie was well known in the saw mill'business, and for the last few -years has been here In' connection with the Elk Lumber Co. aid was a native of Pembroke, Ont. WAS A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC Now Finds il i Pleisuri to Mezls Here is n case whicli seemed us had .ind ns hopeless as yours can possibly be, Thisisllieciperieiiccorjlr. If. J. Brown, 384 Balburit in.bis own words: pleasure in; iiieiiliouiiiR Lo yoU-Uie bencfilB received from yourNa-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets end can cheerfully recoininciitl lliciii. I simply hud confirmed dyspepsia with all its wretched symptoms, and tried.about all the advertised cures villi no success. You have in Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets lhe..bcst curative agent 1 could find. II is now such H pleasure to enjoy, incalfl with their .consentient noiirish- inciitlliat I wiuitlo uiciition this for Ihc benefit of others." The fact Hi at a lot of prescriptions or so-rtillcd "cures" have failed to help yon is no sign that you have got lo go on suffering. Try TVp-Drii'Co Dyspepsia TRhletsnndicchow quickly this sterling remedy will you relief nud start your utomach working Ifitdoesn'i lldp jou, you get your iiioneybflcfc. :5CC a bos it your druggist's. .Compounded liV Nnlioiial nud Chemical Co. W Canada. Limited.-ironlical. m yesierdiiy-'aftoriioon, the gath- crlns of scholars and parents being very large indeed: carnations symbolic of tlie were in evidence. The 'song .service was Inspiring and helpful, the .children taking a keen .interest in the aerviee.' M.'-K. Kaake arid Dr. 'Rivers addressed the scholars 011 the Importance of Mothers' Day, and explained its meaning; -At the evening church service Uev. Mr, Aldus of Elcan rirenclied very acceptably to a large cdngi'egutiou, ami pointed put the great influence of the mother the home! Mr. Aldus exhorted the piireuts' to give special aUeiiliou to training tlie child in the home to. love -Tesus and follow in His footsteps Some .parents had neglected'' this, while on the other: had taught their children to love the Sav- iour with tlie result that this influence had. made a-d-acp and lasting impres- sion oh the child's spiritual life. Mother, was ;i word saored to every- one and Mr. Aldus honed .nobody would forget this: .The Wesley male sang with much expression Ncvin's "Some IJlessed aud the music for the day. was otherwise ap proprfate. Rov- Aldus, also -preach- ed at th'e morning service. NESBITT SPIRITED OUT OF CHICAGO HIS LAWYER IS VERY ANGRY OVER WHAT HE TERMS DUPLICITY. Chicago, III., May to PatLrabn, Chicago attorney for Bealtle the latter ;waa spirited out oC the country through deceit or blun- der. Ho claims to have n telegram from tho acting Secretary of State at Washington, jiroinialng. that up final ncllon would be taken until .Slay 17. Mr. Pattlsou IB angry at the' trick, and threatens to have (ho case re-opened with n view to.nullifying tho cxtracll- tiou "order ami bringing Ncsbltt back to Chicago. t 'is Out on Bail Toronto, May Beattie Nea- bltt .ippcarcd in the pollco court this morning. Tbrough' his counael he pleaded not guilty, nnd WHS remanded for a week. Hall wns granted In two BiirefloB of each, the hondsinnu being Dr. McKcown and Wallace N'cs- bill, The court was crowded with people anxious to sec tho -famous per- son, Before he was taken court many were made to inluiv REMEiVlIJJilK.lIie iinies ihe'Jiiusquitoes in iihc And to brush Uicliios or simply Jhcin? How have -changed! Now we .know that" these-Insects were the' means--of spreading dangerous diseases, and protect our -famlrtes :by screening them out. IT PAYS bolh from the standpoint of comfort and convenience or health. '.f Our stock of screens and screening nermils-you door, or window. We handle the best quality which for i This means that you can put them up in a teaaorv thus saving you the time and trouble of mtlng'-'hcw the cpsf .of; buying1 them..- How.about screening off that porch? ular place in the neighborhood. Come in and see hpw little it really will cosl. C. W. GRAY Best Hardware House" We Can Repair YOUR SEWING-MACHINES BICYCLES, ETC. TVPEWIUTEJRS All VVoi-k Guaranteed D.E. MacDoridld EXPERT LOCKSMITH AND GUNSMITH Rear Sporting Goods Co.'i old iland, St., S. Phone 1032.' ew.. xhc.uollcc frustrated, ve'r.. ide hie arrival here ycaterday, the. odor has .hail his goaLee nd whiskers shaven off, BO that he Is e clcnii'shaven man he wos when nc ed city ,NOTHER VICTIM OF BOOZE Winnipeg, ,.7- Rout, years; .was. found dead yeslflr- iy atternoon. in his room at Llic St. mcs -'Hotel.' The .doctor B.death.Lo heart failure brought on alcoholism. CONVICTS DINNER GUESTS San Qnentin, Cal., May iao6 convicts of San Queiitlii-i'icnitcii- Liary WCTC the guests oC'Lhc Califor- nia, fiell and game commission today at a banquet unwittingly provided by violators of the game. The flsh and entrees consisted oL sole and salmon, venison, quail and coLLontail, Jill or wlilcli had be-eu confiscated and placed In cold the guests were a number bE officials o" San Rafael county, several peace offic- ers ami deputies offrthe Jlah aud gamp commission. ARE BUILT OF. LUMBER THAN ANY Look iirouiHl nnil you will sec that the heat thnt have stood the stress oC all kinds of weather, nrp ij.ullLoC iho never aiwoya durahlc lumber. Nature grows lumber for bulld- inp purposes'.and it has been uacd since the days, of the Gjirden Edon. Surely rt is godd onougb for you? Como-iiv.anil 'talk it over. -'._ Farmers' Lumber Operating in Southern Alberta. See oljr blj sign 'TIIIC UiTIIBUlDGK LUMJlKI't V XK1V Tho yitrd'HvIiovd-all niiiloriiil is iiiidcM c ;